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UAE will send 12 fighter jets to Libya

Coalition soldiers who did the attack on Libya's defense point will get help fleets from the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Reportedly, UAE will be sent 12 fighter jets to join in enforcing no-fly zone Libya.
This was conveyed by Minister of Foreign Affairs of the United States, Hillary Clinton, quoted from page Associated Press, March 25, 2011. He said that the UAE had agreed to send 12 fighter jets in an effort to protect civilians Libya.

Clinton expressed his gratitude to the UAE because it has sent aid. He also said that the UAE is the second Arab country after Qatar, which sent aid fleet. Reportedly, Qatar has sent two fighter jets and two aircraft carriers military logistics will be based on the island of Crete, Greece.

This is justified by the French President, Nicolas Sarkozy, who claims to speak directly with UAE Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, who is also the deputy commander of the military high UAE.

"I spoke with UAE Crown Prince at 22.30, which said the UAE is committed to reducing 12 jet aircraft to help the coalition," Sarkozy told the Jerusalem Post quoted from the page.

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